International students start European Project Semester at Nedschroef
Recently a group of international students started their 2016 European Project Semester at our facility in Helmond, the Netherlands. The students who come from various countries of the world all attend the Avans Hogeschool in ‘s-Hertogenbosch, which is located in the Netherlands as well.
Until the end of January 2017 they will be working on an assignment under the close supervision of Esther van Beek, one of our local process engineers. The assignment is comprised of drafting user requirement specifications for future heat treatment equipment. Nedschroef can use these specifications when approaching potential suppliers for designs and quotations.
Nedschroef has been educating interns for well over a century and is still continuously looking for dedicated and enthusiastic young people who like to combine theory with practice. We therefore regularly hire interns in different locations and are continuously looking for future experts to provide with a sure start of their professional careers.
About the European Project Semester
The European Project Semester is a program offered by 17 European universities in 12 countries throughout Europe to students in engineering, science and marketing, who have completed at least two years of study. The program is crafted to address the design requirements of the degree and prepare engineering students with all the necessary skills to face the challenges of today’s world economy.
Photo caption (from left to right): Jeroen Plomp (Holland), Nils Keen (Germany), Sarah Coffey (USA) and Magnus Hjertvik (Norway)